Megan Hernbroth of Axios reports on a direct air capture startup that has raised $11 million.
- Noya makes a carbon capture solution that it describes as a “Brita filter for the air.”
- The system is made with activated carbon which requires less energy to clean than other competitors because the material is conducive and doesn’t need to be heated.
- Private sector innovation is driving clean energy progress.
“Noya’s DAC machines are modular devices that can be stacked on top of each other to capture more carbon.”
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